Manchester City’s match against West Ham United in the Premier League has been rescheduled after it was postponed over the weekend, and the fixture date has now been confirmed as Wednesday February 19, MySportDab reports.
Manchester City will face West Ham United next week, after the game had to be postponed.
The clash was set to take place on Sunday afternoon, but officials agreed to delay the fixture due to safety concerns.
City will now play the Hammers on Wednesday February 19 and Kick-off time is 7.30pm.
The match will be broadcasted on Sky Sports Premier League, with ticket information being released.
Every ticket purchased for the original match will still remain valid.
West Ham are now also offering away fans free return bus travel to the Etihad Stadium.
The Premier League fixture was delayed over the weekend due to concerns over Storm Ciara.
Difficult weather conditions raised questions over the safety of fans travelling for the match.
MySportDab understands trains had stopped working throughout that day due to high wind speeds and torrential rain.
Both City and West Ham agreed to postpone the match at around 11am on Sunday hours before the 4.30pm kick-off.
However, West Ham have thanked fans for their patience after the match was previously postponed.
A number of fans had already purchased tickets for the match in Manchester, but the club insisted that supporter safety is 100% priority.
“The match was postponed on Sunday due to safety concerns caused by bad and escalating weather conditions,” said a West Ham statement.
“After discussions between both clubs, the Premier League and other authorities, the rearranged date has now been confirmed.”
Pep Guardiola’s team will hope to bounce back from their most recent loss to Tottenham.
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